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. if so the group will be required to have a shot brown over the age of 25 to insure there is no underage drinking >> cars that do not need drivers, officially endorsed by california law. we're live in mountain view where some google employees are already using them to get to work >> we're actually along 680 in pleasant hill because we want to show you what it looks like now because this might be the passed very quickly. we will see more of these self driving cars and one of these days we will look over and see nobody is behind the wheel. >> today we are looking at science fiction becoming reality. >> the fine the notion, and governor jerry brown arrived at google in a self driving a car to accelerate california's leadership in autonomous vehicles. google has already logged 300,000 mi. with this technology. a new law allows them on public roads for testing as long as a licensed and insured drivers behind the wheel. the governor signed legislation in front of an audience of google employees. a google co-founder was asked when the public might get their hands on it >> we have some pretty am
. yesterday, governor brown signed a new law making vaccine waivers tougher to get. but a last-minute change is giving parents a new out. >> reporter: at tri-valley pediatrics, this 10-month-old is getting a flu shot. his mother talked to the doctor before making her decision. >> we definitely rely on our pediatrician as an expert. we put our son's health in his hands. >> reporter: a new california law aims to have more parents talking to their pediatrician before they are allowed to reject mandatory vaccines. >> overall, i think it's a step in the right direction. >> reporter: under current state law, before attending school or daycare, kids are required for certain vaccinations, and kids can opt out filing a personal belief exemption. this law doesn't change that but makes the process tougher. parents will have to get a signature from a licensed health care practitioner first. >> we want the real facts rather than things they hear from the internet or friends and family. >> reporter: the director of the department of pediatrics at valley medical center is pleased with the new law but also
of a sandwich survey so you can stretch for paycheck. >> whether it is a brown bag or an ecologically friendly lunch box, bringing food from home has its benefits. >> healthier food is better tasting >> the biggest benefit is the savings. leonard says that while many prices for individual ingredients have risen over the past year, overall >> you cannot be a homemade sandwich on price >> so we put it to the test, buying name-brand ingredients, assembling sandwiches then doing the math. first up, tuna fish with manas. with a few slices of tomato on whole wheat costs $1.21. next up, bacon lettuce and tomato and mayonnaise set us back $1.29. cheese and tomato on whole wheat cost us $1.36 and finally, a salad, and 90¢, in a butter and jelly on whole wheat was 61¢. the recipe for savings, the cost of all the ingredients were each sandwich was still cheaper than the same sandwich made by someone else. just the kind of midday meal that make sense. >> if you are interested we put all of the calculations on line. >> we hear a lot about the childhood obesity and a democrat but now, a new problem. compl
,082. 150,000, shell out 2700 in taxes and this will last for 12 years >> governor brown wants voters to support his ballot initiative, proposition 30. it raises sales tax a quarter percent for the next four years and raises income tax on those making more than $250,000 annual for the next seven years >> proposition 30 is pretty simple. a temporary tax, the money goes into a fund that can only go to schools. >> a political expert says the governor can only guarantee that money will go to education this year because it is in the budget. >> after that it is harder to say, the money goes into the general fund and the governor and legislature despite what it will be spent on and it is hard to say what will happen in future years the proposition 38 as a pretty good job of walking away money for education so however much it brings in, most of that money will probably go to education >> while they are both temporary, proposition 30 taxes would last four-seven years. proposition 38 would last 12 years. skips higher education and gives to preschool programs and k-312 only. the past, the ballot
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